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  • noun Plural form of grower.

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Examples

  • "Organic" is a label growers use to market their products for higher prices.

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  • "Organic" is a label growers use to market their products for higher prices.

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  • National marketing manager Simon Coburn said in the short term growers supplying Coles would benefit from higher sales, but if its aggressive pricing tactics prompted Woolworths to follow suit, the effect on the industry as a whole would be negative.

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  • After a rainy and devastating 2009 growing season that left grocery stores around the country void of Libby's canned "100% pumpkin" product, Illinois weather has been kinder to pumpkin growers so far this year.

    Local pumpkins survive summer heat, fall rains

  • The International Trade Commission (ITC) has rejected an anti-dumping complaint filed by a group of grape growers from the Cochella Valley in California against imports of Mexican-grown table grapes.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - July 2001

  • The International Trade Commission (ITC) has rejected an anti-dumping complaint filed by a group of grape growers from the Cochella Valley in California against imports of Mexican-grown table grapes.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - July 2001

  • He buys his feed from grain growers as close to his farm as he can find, willingly paying a higher price in the knowledge that it will help his neighbors stay in business.

    Principled Pork

  • The plight of the nation's 480,000 growers is compounded by the continued low coffee prices on international markets.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report September 2004

  • He buys his feed from grain growers as close to his farm as he can find, willingly paying a higher price in the knowledge that it will help his neighbors stay in business.

    Principled Pork

  • The plight of the nation's 480,000 growers is compounded by the continued low coffee prices on international markets.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report September 2004

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